The Rough Guide to the IPhone

The Rough Guide to the IPhone

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Dorling Kindersley Pub
The Rough Guide to iPhone is the ultimate guide to Apple''s next killer product: the iPhone, a mobile-cum-iPod-cum-PDA-cum-web browser. Full coverage of the latest product rolled out from Apple HQ, from powering up the first time to sending pictures as email attachments and hooking up to hi-fis. All the tips and tricks from uploading music, google maps and conference calls, to a full “first aid” Help! Section, and all in your pocket. Chapters include: Meet the iPhone, Make it your own, Making calls, Listening to music, Email, Web browsing, Camera & pictures, Video & TV, Syncing and updates and iPhone extras, all this plus much, much more. The ultimate reference for the decade’s definitive gadget, if you are thinking of buying an iPhone, this is the book for you.

Baker & Taylor
Explains how to use the portable electronic device to make and receive phone calls, set up iTunes and the iPod, take and organize photographs, send and receive e-mail and instant messages, browse the Internet, and play podcasts, music, video, and photograph slideshows.

Publisher: Rough Guides, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781843539247
Characteristics: p. ; cm
Additional Contributors: Clark, Duncan (Duncan Antony)


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